Judy, I don't think the views of Xeno or turq or noozguru spring from the same prejudice towards me as yours do and therefore they are not similar at all. Except that you've parroted them.
________________________________ From: "authfri...@yahoo.com" <authfri...@yahoo.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 12:14 PM Subject: RE: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: [FairfieldLife] Itzhak Bentov reaches for the skies Actually I haven't "parroted" anything they've said to you. Sorry, but what I wrote happens to be my own thoughts about you. But it's certainly interesting that all three of us have similar views, isn't it? Especially since we don't agree on much of anything else? ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <email@example.com> wrote: Judy, your parroting some of what Xeno and turq have said to me does not make your observations or suggestions more valid to me. IMO they are coming from a more neutral place with regards to me. ________________________________ From: "authfriend@..." <authfriend@...> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 11:31 AM Subject: RE: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: [FairfieldLife] Itzhak Bentov reaches for the skies You obviously had time to write a detailed response to the post of Seraphita's you say you just "skimmed" because you were "rushing," Share, so that claim doesn't hold much water. As to your having "more stuff" than others, it's what compels you to spew umpty posts with almost no content, including your pandering posts and your feeble attempts at "gotcha" posts, as well as your inability to take responsibility for your behavior. Suggestion: If you must read FFL before you bop off to the domes (hardly, I should think, a good preparation for settling down to experience silence), save your responses for when you get back and are no longer in a rush, so you have time to put some thought into them (and read what you're responding to with sustained attention). That's a good prescription for whatever the time of day is, BTW. You really do not need to post every stray thought that enters your mind. In fact, you'll get more of the attention and approval you so crave, and less of the criticism you so fear, if you make fewer, better posts. Also, most of us don't feel the need to proffer extravagant thanks for every post we appreciate, nor do the folks who make such posts expect it. Save the accolades for the really good ones, maybe the best one of the day after you've read them all. Then perhaps your appreciation will count for something. There are many other ways you could mitigate the negative effects on FFL of your excess of "stuff," but the above will do for now. Judy, I can live with your not believing me about anything. And I see you're still trying to poison the well with your comment about respecting Seraphita's posts. I skim because I'm rushing in the morning. And so what if I have more stuff than others? So what?